by SINE, March 20th 2020 © 2020 SINE

Done as part of a 2 hour class.

My current goal is: Improve at correctly capturing the overall proportions of the human form


I suggest: think about line line line. You're doing a great job of seeing the shapes and beginning to make all the proportions correct. Now see if you can use longer, more flowing lines, rather than scribbly-scratchy shorter ones. The short ones (usually) appear more insecure and frightened, so, I think, at your excellent stage of growth, it's time to develop the ability to display security and gesture in your lines.

Just a thought. :) Nice job!

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you are absolutly right i have this problem with courage to draw secure longer lines and with economy of the lines, it seems thet i can not find solution for my line problem.

Polyvios Animations

Nice job on the 2 hour class, SINE, nicer job. But, I see the choppy lines on one of your figures,(just my critique) so, why don't you do another 1 hour class with your figure studies? Because if you can do that, your lines will be more and more faster and confident, and more focused on the forces of your figure studies. Sorry about what I said about your figure, and I hope you'll find it more and more helpful on your next session.


Polyvios Animations.

P.S. I respect you critique on one of them.


your critique is on right place it helps me a lot in my work so what can i say thank you again very much:)


Your peoportions in the legs are a little off and occasionally the arm but overall pretty good. I might also try to add some more fluidity to the poses as well

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Art Of Rux

the movement of the character is great